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Question 1

In texts, an author’s personal style is the dominant feature in determining meaning.

 

Discuss with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 2

While writers may write on greatly similar themes, their different contexts will result in largely dissimilar explorations of those themes.

 

Discuss with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 3

How do composers use forms and features of texts in order to express perspectives about aspects of the human experience?

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Question 4

How have the texts you have studied across this unit represented aspects of the human experience through forms and features?

Question 5

While context has a heavy influence on the way values are represented within a text, texts can subvert and critique those values.

 

Discuss with references to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 6

How do texts reflect their historical context?

 

Answer with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 7

Because texts are subjective and interpretations are individual, it is impossible to have an authoritative ‘correct’ view.”

 

To what extent do you agree with this statement? Answer with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 8

An author’s personal life experience informs their style more than their historical context.

 

Discuss this statement with reference to at least two texts you have studied during this module.

Question 9

Within texts, characters are used in order to convey insights about aspects of the human experience.

 

Discuss this statement with reference to at least two texts you have studied during this module.

Question 10

How do texts use the exploration of the life scenarios of individuals in order to convey important themes about the human experience?

 

Discuss with references to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 11

While authors may explore similar themes, their usage of different styles allows for variant perspectives on those themes.

 

Discuss with references to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 12

Through their depiction of relationships between individuals, composers create valuable insights on aspects of the human experience.

 

Discuss with references to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 13

While the context of the author is important when studying a text, new readers will necessarily create new meanings within their own context.

 

To what extent do you agree with this statement? Answer with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 14

Within this module, what have you learned about the way that the influences of personal and historical context both have an impact on the interpretation of texts?

Question 15

Texts always reflect their contexts in ways that are consistent with the thinking of the time.

 

To what extent do you agree with this statement?

Question 16

Adaptations demonstrate the way that new contexts around a work result in new meanings created by them.

 

To what extent do you agree with this statement? Discuss with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 17

Depending on variation in style, different authors can convey largely different perspectives on similar themes.

 

Discuss with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 18

Through their depictions of specific scenarios, composers convey profound themes about different aspects of human life.

 

Discuss with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 19

Analyse the importance of an author’s personal style in creating meaning within a text.

 

Answer with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

Question 20

As texts age, their meanings evolve and expand in order to accommodate new lens of interpretation.

 

Explain with reference to at least two of the texts you have studied during this module.

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Cameron Croese completed his HSC in 2013, earning first place in his cohort in Advanced English, Extension English 1, and Extension English 2. Privately tutoring throughout his university career as an English and Education student, he enjoys helping students understand, write well on, and enjoy their texts, as well as assisting with other aspects of school life. He is a contributing editor to his student magazine, in which he has had reviews, feature articles, and short stories published.

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